If you have an expression that calls for :each item’s [field], it automatically separates those items with a comma. I’ve been searching and searching to try and figure out how to change the delimiter from a comma to a new line.
Anyone know how to make this happen?
You can use
:format as text and
content to show per list item to display your content, and for the delimiter, use a line break.
That was it! OMG thank you!
Couldn’t get that to work for some reason.
That’s because you need to use :split by (,) so use join with line_break. You need to type “line_break”, without quotes.
A word of caution regarding the
:split by parameter.
It’s an interesting solution, but from what I know, it may not be considered the best for what he wants to achieve. For example, if my data field contains a comma, it will automatically split it into a new line (even if it’s not new content).
So, if I have a clean field without commas, it’s perfect:
But if my data starts to have a comma:
Oops… everything falls apart then:
Well obviously… if you split by , then of course that will happen (that’s the whole point)…
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